Senior Division leaders Halesworth are without a game this weekend which gives the opportunity for Henley to pull level on points if they can beat visitors Sporting 87. The corresponding fixture last season saw 11 goals with Henley eventually winning 6-5.
Third-placed Trimley Red Devils have won eight out of their last nine games in all competitions and go to fourth-placed Debenham.
Ransomes’ surge up the table in recent weeks has come with four successive league wins and they welcome East Bergholt.
Old Newton have had an up and down campaign so far with some big wins and some heavy defeats. Their last four fixtures have produced 33 goals. James Evans’ side play host to bottom club Westerfield.
Claydon will be hoping for an upturn in their results as they host Leiston St Margarets. Wickham Market welcome Stowupland Falcons while Coplestonians take on Tattingstone.
There are no league games in Division One as it is the Second Round of the Suffolk Junior Cup. Holders AFC Kesgrave host a Kessingland side who are yet to win a game in the Lowestoft League this season.
Somersham should also progress as they go to another Lowestoft League outfit, Bungay Two Under 23s,who are without a point so far.
SIL Division One leaders make the trip to Hundon who play in the Cambridgeshire League while there is a local derby as Stanton play Cockfield.
SIL Division Two strugglers Ipswich Athletic host Grundisburgh while Achilles head to Kirkley and Pakefield Under 23s.
Saxmundham entertain Beccles Caxton from Anglian Combination Division Two and Bacton go to Cambridgeshire League outfit Thurlow.
Woolverstone take on Tuddenham and there is another all SIL tie with Capel Plough hosting Kesgrave Kestrels.
In the other Junior Cup ties Southwold take on AFC Oulton, Clare play Lakenheath Casuals, Waveney FC ‘A’ host Carlton Colville and Mutford and Wrentham, runners-up for the last three seasons, welcome Spexhall.
There are also three games in Division Two. Bardwell host Elmswell, Ipswich Wanderers Under 23s take on Coplestonians Reserves and Stonham Aspal welcome Sporting 87 Reserves.

Thanks to David Meeson